Spotted Owl habitat logged on Copperhead Road

Wednesday, December 11, 2002

This is a video about a Wilderness Committee expedition to record logging in spotted owl habitat in an area located south of Lillooet above the west side of the Fraser River. The steep, winding logging road had been nicknamed "Copperhead Road" by the logging company. The Wilderness Committee's Andy Miller is featured in this video.

 

 

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